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The Ukulele - Part 1

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Steve Allen

on 6 June 2014

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Transcript of The Ukulele - Part 1

Ukulele
The
G C E A
The Ukulele is from Hawaii and was created in the late 1800's.
The most common Ukulele is Soprano. However, it also built as a concert, tenor, baritone, sopranino (also called piccolo or bambino) and bass ukulele
Parts of The Ukulele
How much can you remember?
Your Ukulele
Tuning
Standard tuning on a Ukulele is :
G

C

E

A
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All the strings on a Ukulele are "tuned" to a certain note.


These "tuning keys" make sure that each
string sounds a particular way.
By using this "standard tuning," every Ukulele
across the world can sound the same!
Strings
We number the strings on the Ukulele from 1 to 4
1
2
3
4
Strings and tuning
g
c
e
a
1
2
3
4
Review :
Where is the Ukulele from?
Point to the :
Sound hole
Neck
Tuning Keys
Head

Point to the :
G STRING
C STRING
E STRING
A STRING
Point to the :
1st STRING
2nd STRING
3rd STRING
4th STRING
Part 1
John Lennon from "The Beatles"
Elvis Presley
Proceed to Part 2!
Search for "online Ukulele tuner" on google and you can try to tune your Ukelele using an online tuner. Also, many apps are available for a smartphones, just search for "ukelele tuner."
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